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  • FEICA-DBC-IVK EPD webinar _German.pdf

    For members Uploaded November 08, 2022

    FEICA-DBC-IVK EPD Webinar Presentation - German edition - 8 November 2022

    This webinar, co-organised by FEICA, Industrieverband Klebstoffe e.V. (IVK) and Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. (DBC), explained how to use Model Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to address market and regulatory needs for adhesives and sealants in the construction sector.

    The presentation slides (German Edition) and recording are both available on the FEICA Extranet.

    #EPDs #construction


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  • Press Release: FEICA/EURADH launch Adhesion Innovation Award 2023.pdf

    Uploaded November 04, 2022

    Press Release: FEICA/EURADH launch Adhesion Innovation Award 2023
     
    The third edition of the FEICA/EURADH Adhesion Innovation Award focusses on sustainability, durability and industrial applications and expects to attract excellent young researchers and scientists across Europe. Applications are invited from young researchers  and scientists working in adhesion science who have published outstanding work. More information available via www.adhesionaward.org.

    Publication ref.: FPR-EX-L11-056

    #association #innovation #press


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  • Construction Products Regulation.pdf

    For members Uploaded November 03, 2022

    Executive Summaries FEICA Priorities - Construction Products Regulation

    FEICA has prepared different Executive Summaries treating as priorities certain initiatives of the European Commission. This Executive Summary concerns the process of revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) and covers the main novelties in the Commission proposal, current status and next steps.

    #construction #sustainabledevelopment

    Publication ref.: RAM-IN-L09-049


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  • Downstream Users - Impact of polymer registration on downstream user formulators – SMEs .pdf

    Uploaded October 26, 2022

    Impact of polymer registration on downstream user formulators – SMEs

    POLYESTERS & POLYMERIC PRECURSORS

    Over the course of 2020-2022, the European Commission has been working to 'make a proposal to extend the duty of registration under REACH to certain polymers of concern'. As part of the CARACAL-subgroup on polymers, DUCC and its members, including FEICA, worked to contribute constructively and collaboratively to this discussion.

    Publication ref.: COS-EX-L10-54

    #polymers #REACH


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  • Downstream Users – 8 priorities for the CLP revision .pdf

    Uploaded October 26, 2022

    Downstream Users – 8  priorities for the CLP revision 

    The EU Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation (CLP) is a cornerstone of the EU chemical legislation. Revising CLP means changing the foundation of one of the most comprehensive pieces of legislation in the world.  As a horizontal piece of legislation, CLP has a wide-ranging impact, with any change to likely have a knock-on effect on various sectors, including, but not limited to biocides, pesticides, detergents, cosmetics, toys, and medical devices. Thus, DUCC strongly urges the European Commission to include evaluation of sectorial implications in CLP impact assessment.

    Consumers and professional users buy paints, detergents, adhesives, sealants, inks etc., not chemicals. These products, or articles containing these products, are made by DUCC Downstream Users of Chemicals Coordination Group members, including FEICA.

    This paper illustrates 8 priorities regarding the CLP revision, as outlined by DUCC and its members.

    Publication ref.: COS-EX-L10-53

    #CLP


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  • FEICA-DBC-IVK Webinar EPDs.pdf

    For members Uploaded October 26, 2022

    FEICA-DBC-IVK Webinar Presentation - English edition - 25 October 2022

    This webinar, co-organised by FEICA, Industrieverband Klebstoffe e.V. (IVK) and Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. (DBC), explained how to use Model Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to address market and regulatory needs for adhesives and sealants in the construction sector.

    The presentation slides (English Edition) and recording are both available on the FEICA Extranet.

    #EPDs #construction


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  • Downstream Users - 10 priorities for the REACH revision.pdf

    Uploaded October 25, 2022

    Downstream Users - 10 priorities for the REACH revision

    The REACH Regulation is a cornerstone of the EU chemical legislation. Revising REACH means changing the foundation of one of the most comprehensive chemical legislations in the world. Consumers and professional users buy paints, detergents, adhesives, sealants, inks etc., not chemicals. These products, or articles containing these products, are made by DUCC Downstream Users of Chemicals Coordination Group members, including FEICA.

    This paper illustrates the 10 priorities for the REACH revision, as outlined by DUCC and its members.

    Publication ref.: COS-EX-L10-52

    #REACH


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  • FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing MOH (Dutch).pdf

    Uploaded October 19, 2022

    DUTCH TRANSLATION of FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing mineral oil hydrocarbons

    This guidance paper supports adhesive producers and adhesive users in ensuring that the adhesive is safe in the intended application. It provides clarifications regarding assessing the risk of MOH migration from adhesives and, where testing is needed, performing the testing and evaluating the results. Note this document is a translation which is provided by FEICA merely for information purposes. The original and official FEICA Guidance paper is in English and can be consulted here.

    Publication ref.: NL_GUP-EX-L06-035

    #foodcontact #paper&packaging


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  • FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing MOH (Italian).pdf

    Uploaded October 19, 2022

    ITALIAN TRANSLATION of FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing mineral oil hydrocarbons

    This guidance paper supports adhesive producers and adhesive users in ensuring that the adhesive is safe in the intended application. It provides clarifications regarding assessing the risk of MOH migration from adhesives and, where testing is needed, performing the testing and evaluating the results. Note this document is a translation which is provided by FEICA merely for information purposes. The original and official FEICA Guidance paper is in English and can be consulted here.

    Publication ref.: IT_GUP-EX-L06-035

    #foodcontact #paper&packaging


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  • FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing MOH (French).pdf

    Uploaded October 19, 2022

    FRENCH TRANSLATION of FEICA Guidance for evaluating the food contact status of adhesives containing mineral oil hydrocarbons

    This guidance paper supports adhesive producers and adhesive users in ensuring that the adhesive is safe in the intended application. It provides clarifications regarding assessing the risk of MOH migration from adhesives and, where testing is needed, performing the testing and evaluating the results. Note this document is a translation which is provided by FEICA merely for information purposes. The original and official FEICA Guidance paper is in English and can be consulted here.

    Publication ref.: FR_GUP-EX-L06-035

    #foodcontact #paper&packaging


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